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comment How to tell grep to match special character at beginning of each word
The last one was I was looking for. I thought I could give grep '\<<' test to match < at beginning of each word. But it didnt work out. Any idea why it didnt work?
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comment How to tell grep to match special character at beginning of each word
@l0b0 All words that starts with <. For example <Hello and Hello <World
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comment How to tell grep to match special character at beginning of each word
@ArnaudMeuret Question edited.
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comment How to tell grep to match special character at beginning of each word
How to match < at beginning of word only?